Group convenors: Gail and Ray Norval
The Michaela Crescent Park Group works on the north side of Fish Creek in Michaela Crescent and meets on Thursday mornings for working bees.
Since 1998 Pete Dorney’s group has brought this part of Fish Creek back to health. The creek features a sandy bottom, rocks, and Lomandra hystrix on the water’s edge.
Lomandras act as a water filter to clean the creeks during revegetation. They are useful next to the creek (lomandra hystrix) and further up the bank (Lomandra longifolia). Longifolia have a toothed end, and single flower stalks. Hystrix has a dagger-point end with branched flower stalks.